Honyock is an indie rock group that recently released their EP #13, celebrating with a music video being dropped for one of their singles off of the compilation titled “The Quarry” released back in June.
When diving through a sea of indie, it is sometimes hard to find little gems. Honyock may be relatively unknown but provides a classic indie sound with a grittier rock undertone that is extremely satisfying. The four tracks on #13, including “The Quarry,” all provide a keen sense of alternative edge that may spice up your indie life.
Honyock is signed with Park The Van, an indie record label with a specialty following. The label features growing artists such as BOYO and Dustin Lovelis which provides a nice familiar home for Honyock to develop their artistry.
“The Quarry” was originally delayed in early June to give presence to the BLM Movement. Honyock even contributed to Park The Van’s compilation Banded Against Racism with their haunting song “Boutonnière.” However, all creative works for #13 are now released, giving us smooth grooves and psychedelic visuals to help us through quarantine.
Watch the video for “The Quarry” here:
Stream #13 now on SoundCloud.